Here's a list of the Tagalog films which I wouldn't mind watching even a hundred times: P. Or the scene where Sharon and Gabby runs towards each other and hugging at the end. Loved the plot, loved the engraved bracelet, loved the ending. I'm not really that big fan of Aiko's nor Aga's but I truly loved the dialogues, the comic relief (thanks to Ogie Diaz and John Estrada), even I was impressed by the contravidas played by Agot Isidro, Nikka Valencia and Claudine Barretto. Mature love says: I need you because I love you" Pagdating ng Panahon - Aiko Melendez and Eric Quizon. At the time I watched this I was so eager to settle down.
Unforgettable scene is when Gabby supposedly boarded the plane and Sharon was trying to catch up. The soundtrack was nice, too (Friend of Mine, Don't know what to say, Don't what to do). It is actually a story of a lot of interrelated interesting characters in the movie: 1. This film actually depicted the pros and cons of living in.
He often portrayed the role of actress and fellow Eat Bulaga! He portrayed the role of Aiza Kabisote, daughter of Enteng Kabisote in Okey Ka Fairy Ko! During his late teens, Seguerra began pursuing a career in music; singing and playing the guitar.
His single Pagdating ng Panahon became a major hit in 2001 and it enabled his to start a music career.
Now the only karaoke machine that can fire up is in my aunts’ living room, and I’m never there.
Yet I find that I’m never in tune unless I’m singing in Filipino.
How close is the product to that which produced it though? Gone are the days when I could hear a Filipino love song out in the wild.
I believe that nowhere are feelings more pure than when they’re in a Filipino love song. Whatever poured out of a passing jeepney once leaked, tinnily, from my officemate’s headphones.
Plenty — omnipresence, singability, quotability — but what makes a Filipino love song remarkable amongst all other love songs is The Filipino love song doesn’t suppress, and the Filipino love song doesn’t tire.“What the lover needs,” writes Carson, “is to be able to face the beloved and not be destroyed.” This is why we create things like music; we need something to exist in our stead, to contain the feelings that would rip us in half if we housed them for too long.Cuneta grew up surrounded by music, listening to her dad's record collection.Cuneta during her early years made her first TV appearance in Ike Lozada's show, in the Bulilit portion, where she mimicked songs of her aunt, Helen Gamboa. I live a happy life in general, just the way I chose it to be.I am not perfect and there are things that I sometimes wish I could undo or unsay but if I would be given a chance to live my life again, I wouldn't change a single thing.